Saint Michael’s outreach partnerships are both at home our local North Dallas community and far beyond our walls. We invite you to scroll down and learn more about where we serve, and fill out the Volunteer Interest Form below when you’re ready to begin serving with us!
AUSTIN STREET SHELTER
Members of Saint Michael and All Angels prepare and serve dinner once a month for 400 people at the Austin Street Shelter, an overnight refuge for the homeless in Dallas. On the first Tuesday of every month, parishioners meet in the Parish Hall kitchen to prepare the meal, which is delivered and served the following Wednesday evening.
BY OUR LOVE
Furnishes nutritious meals to people with AIDS who live in housing provided by AIDS Services of Dallas. We are looking for cooks and servers for the second Tuesday of the month and the third Monday.
NORTH TEXAS FOOD BANK/FOOD 4 KIDS
The North Texas Food Bank provides food for non-profit organizations to feed the hungry in North Texas.
Food 4 Kids, a NTFB program, provides kid-friendly, self-serve food for the weekend to those elementary school children most at risk of going hungry over the weekend.
Sallie Plummer is the Advocate for these ministries.
1st Monday of every month (September to June)
Prepares and delivers meals for women and children at Genesis Women’s Shelter.
Maria Martin is the Advocate for this ministry.
MEALS ON WHEELS
Provides food and drivers to deliver meals to the elderly and other shut-ins. THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS DAY the regular drivers are given a break and others, especially families, can drive that day. It takes 2 to 3 hours in the morning, beginning around 8.30 a.m.
Mary Bartholow is the Advocate for this ministry.
NORTH DALLAS SHARED MINISTRIES
Provides emergency help to the newly unemployed, the working poor, single mothers, and the elderly through English as a Second Language classes, a medical clinic, job counseling, a clothes shop, financial aid, and a food bank. North Dallas Shared Ministries’ Clothes Closet is in dire need of gently used sheets and towels and boys’ and men’s pants. Items can be taken to NDSM at 2875 Merrell Road, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday morning. Please help if you can. Last year, NDSM provided clothing to 6,002 individuals.
Project Moses is the new Mission and Outreach Ministry that has been formed to help combat human trafficking – Modern Day Slavery. Their mission is to highlight the truths of human trafficking and to share the Light of Christ with its survivors
Terry and Mark Demler are the Advocates for this ministry.
The Gathering was founded with the mission of creating a spiritual home for individuals in the Dallas area who are experiencing homelessness.Endorsed and supported by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, what began in December 2012 with five parishioners has grown to an average of 80 to 100 people attending Mass at 1:00 and lunch supplied by parishes all over the Dioceses. Saint Michael volunteers cook and serve one Sunday every other month. Many of our parishioners are getting a better understanding of our brothers and sisters on the street by worshiping with them at Thanksgiving Square, 1627 Pacific Ave, between Akard & Ervay. Come & join us!
Lane Clark is the Advocate for this ministry.
AMISTAD MISSION ~ BOLIVIA
Amistad Mission in Bolivia is an association of Christians dedicated to improving the physical and spiritual welfare of destitute Quechua natives and abandoned children by building friendship with God, each other, and the poor.
For more information, contact Maria D’Antoni (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Saint Michael has been sending mission teams to Tela, Honduras, a small town on the Caribbean Coast, for ten years. The week is spent in spiritual formation, service and fellowship. We have been hosted by the local Episcopal Church and engage in physical work, worship and socialize with the local residents. Although no special skills are required, there is always plenty of work to go around. No Spanish language skills are required.
For detailed information, please call George Baldwin (214-369-1265 or email@example.com), Grady Schleier (469-223-8541 or firstname.lastname@example.org), or Chris Schupp (214-912-8324 or email@example.com).
For 15 years, Honduras Threads has enabled women in rural areas to earn money in their own communities to better feed, house and educate their families and provide them with medical care. This year the five informal co-ops became a social enterprise under Honduran law. Honduras Threads teaches the women embroidery and sewing techniques, the skills to run their own business, provides designs and donated fabrics, and markets their beautifully hand-embroidered products. Through our volunteer efforts all year long and our mission trips once a year, we strengthen lives through work, pride and faith.